Thursday, May 6, 2010

More editing

So, I have been trying to kick up my photography skills lately and was browsing some blogs when I came across Erin's photography Blog, she is Pompeii's raiser. I knew she was in a photography class and I don't know why I didn't realize she would have a blog about her photography, she has a blog for just about everything else ;) (How many do you have Erin? 4?) haha. Anyways, through my snooping I found another blog called Pixel Perfect and she has little photography competitions so I wanted to enter this one. It's a before and after competition where you edit a photo and give the SOOC (straight out of camera) and then the edited one. So, here is my shot! It's back from spring break at my parents house.


SOOC
Close up picture of Darrell and Egypt, it shows Darrell's shoulder and some of his back and he's holding Egypt's face with his face pressed against her head, she has her mouth open and tongue kind of out she looks like she is smiling. Her eyes are also closed.


Edited Version - using Lightroom 2
Edited photo is cropped so its a close up of both Darrell's and Egypt's heads, they are now on the far right of the picture instead of the center and the color is changed to sepia tone which is the brown colored pictures, there is a burn effect around the picture also. That makes it look like the faded black circle around it.

8 comments:

cooperkelly4 said...

I really like your edited photo. love how you can barely see an image in his sunglasses. very cool

Natalie said...

Thanks! I think that is his leg ? haha.

Pixel Perfect said...

A very sweet photo! I love what the edit did for this picture!!

Donna said...

Perfect crop! Such a cute photo!

Donna
Our Blog: Double Happiness!

Julie said...

Perfect. I love the edit. What a great capture!

Mimi and CC Cabana said...

That is the sweetest photo. You can really see all the love in their faces.

Sarah and the Pack. said...

Wow! Great edit!

Erin and GuidePupPompei said...

Actually that would six haha! Love the edit though it was a great photo too start with! :)